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Bhupendra Patel takes oath as Gujarat CM

Bharatiya Janata Party made a historic win in Gujarat and Bhupendra Patel takes oath as the Chief Minister of Gujarat on Monday in Gandhinagar in presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The 18th Chief Minister Governor Acharya Devvrat will administrated the oath ceremony of Bhupendra Patel at the Helipad Ground near the new Secretariat in […]

Bharatiya Janata Party made a historic win in Gujarat and Bhupendra Patel takes oath as the Chief Minister of Gujarat on Monday in Gandhinagar in presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The 18th Chief Minister Governor Acharya Devvrat will administrated the oath ceremony of Bhupendra Patel at the Helipad Ground near the new Secretariat in Gandhinagar.

Bhupendra Patel’s oath ceremony will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and Chief Ministers of BJP-led states.

Meanwhile, along with Bhupendra Patel, 20 cabinet ministers will also take an oath and from the next day, they will take charge of their respective offices.

Moreover, the ministers which are likely to take Harsh Sanghavi, Hrishikesh Patel, Kanubhai Desai, Raghavji Patel, Mulubhai Bera, Purushottam Solanki, Kunvarji Bavaliya, Bhanuben Manoharbhai Babariya, Kuber Dindor, Balwant Singh Rajput, Bachu Khabad, Jagdish Panchal, Mukesh Patel, Bhikhu Sinh Parmar.

Earlier on Thursday BJP gained a majority in the Gujarat Assembly election 2022 by getting 156 seats. Exit polls also predicted a return of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Gujarat by breaking all the records by the ruling party and BJP did that.

Since 1995 Bharatiya Janata Party has not lost an election in Gujarat. BJP party has been in power and Narendra Modi is the longest-serving chief minister of the state. In 2017 BJP won 99 seats out of 182 seats.

However, in 2021 Patel was sworn in as the 17th Chief Minister of Gujarat on 13 September, and on 12 September 2021 Patel was first elected as BJP legislative party leader.

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